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OF INTEREST TO FARMERS, DAIP.Y KEN AND STOCK BHEEDEnS. A T,k Alxwt Tre. ri.l- trlt la TrM.platiiiC ''" Thai Ml ! WT-tl.ec H U to Plant la Fall w SprtRE Thomas Moohan. one of Tennsvlva ril' foremost horticulturists, finds m his prarlic?. ft must every oWrvintr planter, that there t. rc.iW no lt time to plant trw unvwlwre." Locsl cirvuiuslanmi mil- guide tiie planter, and tlies local i-ircunistanttn will vary fr.Mii vear to rear. There are season wlienwe woulJ never think of planting in AapuKt or Sej r. r even in Orr toUf if we couM help it we houl1 leave all we could till ;.rinfi. and we have m-on macy a prm v. h-n we hearti ly wished that had done a great deal liiore in tiie fail ihan was done. The authority refem-'l to tells in Coun try (ictitltMiien how success in tree plant ing may he insured, lie says: Success deKin.lii on a number of incidents. A transplanted troc is in the nature of a uttin,;. The roots taken with the tree tire not of Terr treat importance in them selves. Tlie bi--et mas of lihrous roots in out tree is of no material consequence, unions it throws out at once youny white Jioere with root hairs. It is no uncom mon event that hemlock spruce with matted roots ore the first to die. U is often more difficult to get earth in among a mass of fiber, than where the mass is thinner. The new root libers do not push well unless in immediate contact with earth, and moist earth too it must l.o, Experience B,'"w8 t,,at V" "eW liU rs pu&li out more rapnuj m auim mid September than in any other time of the rear in the vicinity of Philadel phia. It has beeu already noted that a transplanted tree is of the nature of a uttiiiK t certainly loses moisture 1 y craiKTation. The only art in transplant iiij is to guard against excessive evapor ation, until the new root hUrs are freuir formed. Now. if August and Septeiulier ore very liot or dry, we lose by evapora tion what we gain by rapidity of new made roots. One can readily see from this that there can be no general answer to the uertion whether it is best to plant in fall or spring, or early or late in any one n-asun whether a tree bhould be pruned at transplanting or left with all its branches on whether the leaves should be left on at transplanting or nlhir many taken otT. A locality excised to keen, cutting, cold north winds in fall and winter would le unfavorable to fall planting: the moisture evaporates too readily. On the other hand, a locality in which a hot, drying sun will follow immediately after a spring planting will Ijc bad for that season, for again evalua tion is too great. What is the best time for planting, then, each one must decide for himself. Tlie bert time to plant is when the roots will push out their new white hair tipel tiljers tlto most rapidly, and when ex cessive evaporation is at the same time likfrlv to be under the best control. This fuat lie the spring in many localities. In other localities the conditions will be best secured in fall. All of this is, of course, chiefiy for the arar.teur or for the nurseryman in managing his own ulantinir. It is not safe to send trees Ions distances on these ventures. The nurseryman must liuve his reKubr sea son for digging about the fall of the leaf in tlie autumn and as soon as the frost is out of ti ground in 8ring. Right TempsTattwe for dmi-alii-. A butter maker. In an address before a meeting of New York dairymen, along with other sensible remarks, said: "It is almost Impossible to churn cream from uny two dairies at tlie same tempera ture," In thi he struck the keynote to churning. There is a difference in dairies as well as In individual cows. Thesjieak t?r said he churned at 08 dogs, in eighteen minutes, while a neighbor did his churn ing at C2 degs. in twenty minutes. Maj. Alvord places the range of churning temperatures from M to 08 dej-s. Some dairies require one joint and soiuc anoth er between these extremes. Every dairy man tnuKt decide for himself by his own I liermoiceter. The time of year, the distance either way tlie cows are from calving, the feed, the breed and other conditions, perhaps some not known or thought of, may vary the required tem perature for churning. Too high a tem perature makes the butter come too aofU iin.l too low a temperature makes "slow churning," perhaps imperfect reparation of the butter from the milk. There ap pears to be a medium point where the butter globules are just soft enough to cohere readily. This is the point to lie aimed at. And care should be taken not to have the temjieraturB rise or fall while churning. Sometimes people lie jgia at too low a temperature and churn und churn until the temperature gets up to proper churning point aud the butter at last "comes." Slow churning indicates something wrong. A NaillcM tlortrtluwi. A nailless horseshoe, which has been undergoing severe tests in England dur ing the past two years, with satisfactory result, is described as follows: The shoe is attached by a steel baud, which (Kisses Udow thecotonet from one extremity of the heel to the other. This band is kept in position by a steel pillar which runs front the center of tho shoe up to the center of the hoof. In adJition there are three short Ktuds, ouo in the center of the shoe, and llio others near the heel and on each side of it. It can be put on by any one woo his oncesean tlie process, which takes about half the time required wiih tlie cold hhoe eystein, which latter it an improvement as regards time on tin ordinary j.rfleoss with naik. The iiailWs shoe diminishes or puts an end to rutting, and is particularly suited to brittle hoofs or hoofs with sand' cracks. It costs as little, weighs as little, and lasts as long as the ordinary shoe, and moreover is not sucked oil on heavy jround. Official Rvttriig Slow Tla Marine band was ouc of the very few bauds that parsed the presidential land at tlie review in Italnmore last Monday that did not play "Hail to the Chief." "It's a common impression among l-and masters," said Professor Sou, its lender. La-t night, "that this Ilail to tlie Chief" is the proper presi dential saluting air. That's a mistake. Tlie tank-a of the army and navy do not lrescrib 'Ilail to the Chief" when pass ing before the pm-idenL Tlie tactics preacri lr that w hrn a land paws its re-rk-w ing officer th- drums ihali ro.1 :uid trump, -cm sound, but it i u.t riy sileil as t tlie liarid. . Tiie bnd illici t k'sv I t im aileiKf an far ns thetai-tk tciy. "Ilail to tLe CliisT istiie traditional ii.liiti-ig ir. It i on,;iiml!r a S-otch Uuti::g ooig. aixl any one who s:u!e it care fully cam jdct:rl its Scot.-li t haracterui. ti. Tlie air i a pretty one. and y.-rr tvcaiM ousof tlia favorites of tin Marine band. Owing principally to i'.sson r.u. beau ty aod to tln baud f Jiu lian'y it!i the sir and n i.len:ly. rkap s t j i.t title, tiie Marin. Uind frU into t'10 rattom 'f placing it t-t the V.'hiti II.. u con state orrauon u iIh- resident ial p.".r;t otit.T--4 tl riwjKinjt room. ' la this way tlie tKrti n leri.tuccunrnt ansot'C l-cD'inj-te.t tint "Mail to tiie Chief as the ohcijj rev um inz uir. It utiot. As a matter of fact, tltc Marine land tver Js.-.ys it w Im-q marchini; past the presi WaL .It ol a ays plays 'Semper Fidclis, U? review t::rcj of the Marino corj. The mui-ie was written by Professor fvia, especially for llio re iew cf the Marine crj. Xlenca iu ti:k-, "Scuipcr Fid jlu, the inottso t!iec;rps. It is ro written that the roll of th tlnm-o and tho sounding of the trump. If, cs trvn corps and trumpet cor,- piss the review ing otiecr, tbail fenu i:n Jntegral pait of tlio uir, ami every one v. ho hnsrd it n. the Marino band pu&sisl the stand List Monday v.i.1 ajlrr.it iia perfert tdajitabil itj to the puriKwe." Doliisioro Atiacri- EXTENT OF IAKE MISTASSINL T1. Sol.itlm. t.v IWnwnr Londrw and Mr. .Ma-!i-tl Aevd- Nciihcr iu this cily uor at Lake St. Joh'i is iinv importance attached to the i! Million of the mystery of Lake Mksassiiu-s fxteot by lYofessor Louden H'ld 'ir. S.iTi llield.u doiiald. of Toronto, -un.i.h.! in their ix-port pui.lUicd by The Toronto World and New York Her ald. The Montngnais Indians and the old French courriers du bois at Lake SL John ridicule the pretension tliat Lake listESsini is but miles long, and the .',-neral coieins of opinimi in scientific and lileniy circL-s here is Uiat if such Aver- tliecae the J;suit explorers of two centuries ugo. who left maps of the lake showing nearly 100 miles of it length, would have completed their work, and not left the mystery for future genera tions to sol e. A report comes from Lake Si. John to the e!Teet that Prosper Cleary, the chief gui.ieof Messrs. Louden and Macdonald, declare that these geotleraen never went further than the Hudson Bay company's post on tlie t-lxjre of the lake, and never saw even Mr. Low s alleged end of the Like. Mr. John Higneil, wno was uw first head of the expedition taKen to me lake by Mr. Low, is of opinion tliat Messrs." Louden and Macdonald were led into error ts to the limits of Mistassini, and points to numerous reports irom a variety of Indian and other sources, all indicating the existence of a large ex panse of water beyond the generally ac cepted uortlieastern Itniit ol tne late. His utatement that the report oi mews explorers will not be aocepieu as correct bv tlie provincial authorir ties is corrolKirated by - officials of the crown lands department, who belief that ere long a express the Kily equipped expeilitiun will be prop. fcent to Mistassini by the government with ample supplies and definita instruc tions to complete the work so often lw gun there, only to be abandoned for lack of lime, provisions and scientific experi ence. Mr. nigiu.- bas had a lifelong ex jrisioe as a surveyor in the northern owntry Utwetai Qu.-bec and Ilndsoni hay; and of Messrs. Louden and Macdon ald Is report he says that "it fairly bristl.f wiih inaccuracies, evidently the result of inexperience in such work and hasty olservatioii." The leading French Canadian newspapers refuse to accept Uwcoiiclutioniof ths report, which are popularly legarded here as the Lasty re sult of hat w as doubtless a very inter es;ing and adventurous holiday trip. Queiiec Telfgram. Tlia raarinatfem of Xlaeara. "Never," said an old resident of the village, "have I kno'vn of so many peo ple going over the fails as during the past six months." During that time some eight or nine persons have been known to pass over, three of which have leen delioenite suicides. It is a source of wonder to many jieople living here ti liv persons will come from a distance to Niagara apparently to commit suicide. The press dispatch sent out from Bing hamton under tho impression that the List suicide was a Miss Mead, of that place, says tlii:t the young lady visited this place a short time ago and has lieen "strangely fascinated with Niagara ever since." It is a well known fact that scarcely any two persons have the same impression when first looking upon the rapids or falls. Only a few evenings since your convsondcnt heard a clergy man in n. neighboring city make this re mark : "I never look "pon Niagara above the falls but that thcro is a strong di-sire to get into the water, lie down aud go with it. I have no thought of suicide, but it alvvavs seems to me as if it would ha pleasant to go with the water." A la ly from l:hode Island was making her lirst isit to Niagara, and was stand' ing on onu of the Sioter Island bridges looking int-j the rapids underneath. She hurricllv took the una of her cotnpan ion and aUed to leave tha spot Upon reaching the center of Goat Island she eai.k uixm a seat, seemingly exhausted and very nervous. When usked the cause, she said: "I don't know what came over me, but if I had stood on the luidge another moment nothing could havu nruvcatcJ me jumping into the rapids." "Wliv," s::id her friend, "do you wish to commit suicide?" "God forhi ir said she. "It was the furthest thought, but there was an iai pulse which I could not control, and I do not think I would dare lire at Niagara,' withers have cxjH-rienced a similar sei eut ion. Niagara Cor. Buffalo Express. Job ii I'.raaii'B "Fort" la Ihingrr. Julia Brown's "fort," tho old engine h iih3 used as a citadel by the great anti- slavery leader and his followers thirty years ago as a place of refuges from tlio soldiers and citizens surrounding them, is t be demolished, and will disappear rawer unless the as yet unsubstantiated nun or that it has been purchased by an ass iciation of eastern gentlemen for re tu'jvr.l to Philadelphia should be true. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad com pany lias determined upon a very decid ed ciiauje ia tho location of Its main line at this place, the jiew surrey run ning directly through the old engine house.. Tins of. thousand have gazed with interest upon the "fort" from car windows and platform since the war, and the demolition of tho old building will le regretted by many all over the country. Harper's Ferry SpuciaL yvitnboUHns Salary. A case was decided In Watertown, N. V ., a few days ago, v. Inch shows t hat .corpo ration has the right to withhold an em ploye's salary, or a portion of it, if he is caught in the net of stealing. Ex-Conductor Middleton brought suit against the Pome, Watertown and Ogdensburg railroad for $130 salary, which was with hold from liiiu when lie was discharged from tho service a year ago, and it re spite I in favor of the railroad company, the stiiiioiiy of Pinkerton detectives having ,!) ii that the plaintiff failed to report fare collected on tlie train, amounting ia one month to more tlian the sum withheld from biro. New Y'ork Telegram. A Royal Welcuma, The description of Prince Nikolaus' re cent return from St. Petersburg to his loyal subjects in Montenegro reads likes laf from a mediipvai chronicle, Tlie princeling had made a visit in the Rus sian capital for the purjKiM of letting Ihs cur of all the Russians pat him on the back. After according the prince ling the projH-r amount of embracing, builyinrnd feting, which usually takes pk.ee l t c.'n big and little sovereigns, the czar started him home on the impe rial yacht Greif. The princeling Isnded at Cait.-iro. mounted a horse, and. with a few of Lis most important official, role off toward Montenegro, while bis family and attendants followed in car ruii. At the border a vast crowd of his aiiSject awaited him. As anon as tie came in sight they shouted and clu'er.sl and thanked God that be had livM to come bnck to them. J, ist on tlie boundary line tlie princeling distil. muted, uncovered, made the sign of the i i three tunes and prayed. Every one in tlie vast crowd before him did the Kinie. At tlie close of his prayer the pri:ie ling put cn his I tat. Every one in the rrowd did the same. Then the prinoe fiiig hlx.uted: "G1 In'lp you. men of Montenegro!" "Welcome is your return. O princef" answered the crowd. "How goes tlie world with you. O bro.hcrsT asked the princeling. "What i .tin news in ray U-l.ived Montenegro? How is j our health? How are the crops? Does the drought again threaten theni?" While the crowd were answering these inquiries the carriage of the royal family crossed the border. The shouting and well -wishing which had greeted" the princeling were reeateo The Princess M.litza was received with the loudest cheers of ail. and many of the men in the crowd kissed her hand, the first and they had ever kissed in tlieir lives, for in Montenegro it is customary for t!e women to lis tlie Land sf tku mam. New Y'ork Sjx A NEW SAFE'.'Y DEVICE. Fiiwrinmu with w and Aaparently t aalol llaCr'awl hicnal. ThetrisJof the new automatic blix-k railroad fci.Tnal took place on the Pitta burg anil Western railroad. 15c'. ween fifty and one hundred prominent rail road officials and electricians had as sembled on tho tracks opposite the exjo sition. Tiie weather, wet and cold as it was. could not have been worse for elec trical experiments. In addition the en gine which tlie inventors had contem plated using and had rigged up for the occasion was at the last moment sent out on the regular business cf the Pitts Iwrg and Western, and they were under the necessity of hastily rigging up an other. The apparatus was in very bad condition in consequence of this haste, but stiil all the tests were Interesting. The first trial made was that of strain moving on a single track and protecting itself in front and fear by means of the danger signals. As the brush, connected with batteries, touched the conductor of the signal apparatus, danger tigns were instantly shown in the front and in the rear of the train. The experiments were especially int-resting owing to Uieir graphic character and to tho clear and vivid explanations of the inventors. One of the advantages of this autocratic sig nal is that if anything occurs to the bat teries, throwing them out of order, the signals instantly show danger and the engineer is at once warned either of the approach of a train in a certain Mock, or of great reason for camion in his move ments. Experiments were also mado il lustrating the manner in which a tram on a single track could protect itself in front and in rear, and how a train on a double track could protect itself in tho rear. The most novel test, however, was one where the approach of two trains on the same track was shown, and their simul taneous protection in both front and rear. As the two trains rapidly neured each other, the danger signal all at one flashed up in front of them, and they were quickly brought to standstill, thus preventing a collision. Then as one or the other train would more away. the signal would give notice to the other to come on, and they could thus be worked in the neiglilioriiood of each other with perfect freedom. The inventors, Messrs. T. D. illiaras and J. S. Lacocfc, of the Western Liuon Telegraph company, were met yesterday bv railroad men and electricians, some of whom expressed tho belief that the lnventlou would revolutionize the signal service of the railroads. No company has yet been organized for tlie manipu lation of the patent, but it is understood that one will shortly be formed. An offer of S'250,000 for the patent is now being considered. Pittsburg Dtspatcli. The "Lautera Prlww" There will lie introduced in society circles this fall and w inter a new "fad." A number of Chinese lanterns will be distributed around a room in the house, and the young people will select their partners and walk arou:id the room to the tuno of a march, which will sudden ly stop. They w ill all then be quickly seated aiid. tlie young man of the party w ill arise, and, bowing to the young wo man, reach his hand iu the lautern just above hi a head. If it contains a piece of paper, on it will be announced the prize she has drawn. If there are thirty six lanterns there will b3 nine prizes. Then when the prizes have been secured the young woman who has the costliest prize will be vxpeeted to accept the com pany of the man for future parties who has ecured it for her. A lady Trom Phil adelphia says: "Last year the 'Lan tern Prize' party was the means of hastening several engagements, and by the end of the season was productive of many pop ular J-ina weddirjr. Very often the names of the successful couples were af terwards engraved on the prizes by the hostess, and in some families the prizes were very costly and ricli." Milwaukee News. TUat Odious Old Statu Tlie shah gave, an infinity of trouble at Vienna. After the first state dinner be suddenly started from his seat at table and rushed out of the room, and the Archduchess Elizabeth, who represented tlie empress, had literally to chase hini, in order that they might enter the saloon together at the head of the guests. At the Schonbrunn menagerie the king of kings diverted himself by knocking at tiie mere Bar age animals with a stick, which threw them into transKirts of fury, and' at the imperial banquet he kept the emperor waiting for twenty minutes. On the last evening of his stay tho Persian minister gave a recep tion and supper, but. to tlie horror of the trembling diplomatist, the gliali posi tively refused to see any of the guests insisting on taking his meal apart, in the company of little Aziz, w ho created a dis turliance on the night of the gala jer funnaace at the theatre, as. deeming himself to have lwen insulted by one of the court functionaries, he screamed, stamped his foot and bawled, "Allez, diable, bete!" London TruLu. 4 EnsUklt Magittrat la Africa. Capt. Crawford, late British chief mag istrate in tho Lubyniah district, on the Oold coast, ha recently been sentenced to twelre months' imprisonment for flogging a negro to death. The unfortu nate native bad committed a theft, and presumably pour encourager les autres .ha gallant captain handed the crimi nal over to the tender mercies of seven policemen, with instructions to lay on so many lashes that the ungrateful recipient of the whita man's repressing influence died under the sentence. What would have been said a few years ngo bad it been suggested that a magistrate should bo imprisoned for a year, merely for kill ing a nigger? . Yet tho sentence on Capt. Crawford is one of the best proofs that every effort is being made to gain the confidence of the natives, and to demon strate that if British law is far reaching it is at least coupled with justice, and pays no attention to the color of the offender when meting out punishment. 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WO" OtKUINtwITHDUTTSt Bit LAFCl Wjh f I hr W. atk s I hl'nd i . wliq aui t&t tinom llonj l r.n I .aLr hUolt ! Administrator's Sale OF Valuable Real Estate. V Vll.Tl'F.of en oMer irrnrA o-it of 1he I Yi1h1.11' r.vm of Somerset t o . Ia . to hie rtlrwied. a A.lailnWmtur of the eMaleof Jtrnh Z. IVmiiiaa. iweaeil. I will rx to p'Hilie o-iti-rv. o f-e premiscn. In the boroi;gh of Mey- enxla, i't nu ft. on Saturday, Xov. 9, 'SO, at 2 o'clo. fc p m. a'.l the following described real estate. v ; A certHiu home sd lot of mniid situair in Mtyerfluie Iloisiirli. IViin a., tronimit on jaey hin Avej w. 4U ffft and exteiulintr Sfirk to an al le 14liet. having tlieniuti retiir.3 a wv-tury irame ... DWELLING HOUSE, stnhle. an other 'oiithnlljlnif, adjoining Fam'l I. Miller on tlie .Norli.ean. and others. Terms of Sale : One blf oash on 'onnrmatlon of le snd de livery ol deed. Bliice in two ronal pavuipnu Id mx and twe've ino'iili from .inroiiie leu oer.-ent. of the onrehi? money to 1 paid when the projwrty ii liiio-k.-d down.ati.l w hieh shall oe a crenit ol -o mnen on nr one nan. JOHN (". HuW.VAS", Admr. and Trustee. Fkeii. V. UiiErtE, Aiioruey. A DMISiSTRATOK'S X0T1CE. Eiats of Jolih Miller, deeM., late of Xew Cen tra ii.'e Uor.. SomiTMJt t'o.. Pa. IltT of aiinimtration ou the aliove estate having tiers eTAMp-d toihe itnfrMlyTied by the proprr aiiilMiriir noth-e Ia hereby civen to all peiMmn indelneo !o-ai:l eKtale to inuk linineli. ate payment, and ih.w having rlsimw aguini.t the aroe will prewn. them duly sulhunticau-ij lor ett lomerl al i he lale rwidence of dwwawd in New tVntnrviile Borough, on Uaturuay, leeeni- A A ROV J KIM.KR, iOlI.N" S. WiNfcK. OC Adniiul-lrlor. ALL HOUSEKEEPERS If toj rofanS llnli ti md rMSwcaj. tccJd tc A. B. C. WHITE OAIS ti. n. c. o tm at r TBR CE5T r.rulNS-STEAM fOOKim-MOST tAU.y 1 1 1 CI Ii KI.T I'liel'A A illUClUL'3 EIAii-Aj" V.zL. Trail Jor& Staid ky AHroeei-ctiSforelreolan,e .to varesia ssie. ww3 atwr7 m, . w i via. . , ELT'S Cream Ba!m PlV'C. Passages, Allays Tain and Inflammation, Heals the Sores, Re stores the Sense of Taste and Smell. TRY THE Ct" IE. Apattlels Is applied into each nrsttril and is agrecab!e- Prae .' cents al drugrisu : bv mail registered, c ELY BKO., IA Warren Pireet, Nt-work. auglt-lyr. YOU CAN FIND THIS PAPER ul TUSH HE1II1TGT01T BEOS. wait wiU auauau u M.enww at hwu rata, HEAP JT- aT-s. set?) rr A ZZZ'A & Housewives. ti I Mil fbe tenter and watiiac cun vho hw 1mm vt fc tb mad all day sn wcA their bu cteu bate ctorintiwhuuM. Tbpjr ulbe 3 Oft, Po.tShd mad Drff U drabaBd WolifsACHEBIacking Mftkaft hum. Mnping eariat. Savra Sufeeping anl Ocrtihbtng rtm boot will wear a gnat deal lmser. wul B9t s wilt and hud in mm water a rftia. and will ba WATCMPROOF. Luhr. or it od InMrt that pom bnabud and km am it OimavMk torOmU'hhoM aod ooca a month far Ladias'. Dneqiwledaaft HamMS OrsainaBdPnu hold bf Shoe Btowa. Orocari, Dnigglehl, Aa. WOLFF & RAKCQLPH. PKUQaPHU. JAILROAD TIME TABLES. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. SOMERSET & CA3IBRU BRANCH. DISTANCE AXD FARE. Miles. Fare. Bomeret to Stoystown 1-H 40 Somerset to rTooveirrllte -. 17 50 Bomeroct to Bethel . 22' "0 Somernet to Johctown ... 96 1 10 Somerset to Rock wood 8 0 Houierse to Carrett ... - 15 SO Homersct to Meyenwlale... . -' 21 TO Somerset to Cumberland M 2 00 Homeraet to tVashington . 210 55 Bomenwt to Baltimore 2TA . 7 60 Somennit to l'n(lnft... . 11 W Somerset to Confluence... ..... 28 90 Somerset to ConnellKville 52 1 SO 8omeret to PitUibiirgh 110 J 40 The fare to Philadelphia is 9.&. and to New York, 1L69. Winter Arrangement in effect Hov. 39, 'it. NORTH-BOUND TRAINS. J0HX3T0WN EXPRESa-No. M. t Leara. Rorkwool... 6:30 a 8OMEB6ET- frM s (ielKr -. 6Al a 8toy.town .... 7:i'l a Hoovemviiie- 7:tt2 a bethel 7:4 a .itrrirtti. Johnstown 8:25 s m mail-no. ss. Leam. I Arrirr. Plttslmrv" ll .Hia m I Johnniowu. 6:30 m R.Kkwood. .11. p m M'.iuinl... .. 3 17 a m homeivet Kvip p in Ktoyxlown. 4:.; p lu HKvrniiUe. 4si7 p m Bvibel iM p m Paiwengeni fnm Pittsburgh rhange ears for point ou the Souieraet & Caiuhria at Kockwood. SOMERSET ACCOMMODATION No. 95. t hnxrt. Arrive. SOMEKhtT U:4S a m Baltimoiv i-10 a m PiliMiurgh 6:.ri0 a m K.M'kwood II oa in llford ..ll;Ciam Pawengem for Somerset from the rant and went on the Pillaburgu iiivisioii, change can at Koca- wooc. SOUTH-BOUND TRAINS. BALTIMORE MAIL No. 92. t Jjeatru Arrive Johntown H:45 a m RorkwofHl 10:49 s m Cumberland. l:i!fam 'ahiiurtiu. M:.v a m Haiti more . Mm a m Pittsburgh 6.5U p m Bethel , H:l a m H.iovernvillc lisll a ni eto.yMown H 45 a in (ir'err lO.loam HtiMKKiiET Mill Milford 10:J7 a m Paienren for points east and west chaiure can at Rock wood. ACCOMMODATION No. fk Arrim Rorkwoo.1 4:4.1 p ra 'umberiand . 7:U' p m Pittsburgh H:.(0 p m Wai-hingieii 7:'.M a m lialtimoie . bM a m Johnstown SflOpm Bethel 8.:B p m Hu.nen.viUe... 8:4) p ia SioyMown 4'i p in Geigvr 4 : p m Sox F.KftKT ... 4:.ll p ra Milford 4:42 pm Pwnfii for east and west cbanse cars at Rock wood. ROCKWOOD ACCOMMODATION No. 96. f Lram I Arrive BoMgRKET 2:4.1 p m Rockwood 2:43 a m Milford. ... 2:11 pml Pawenerr leaving on thin train ran make con nection at Kotkwoud with night Eipreai Inuns east and vol. Daily, f Daily except Sunday. ' BALTIMORE Jc OHIO RAILROAD. ' PITTSBURGH DIVISION. EAST-BOUND TRAINS. X WonTa li':A. ' Train Lrare n.'d, z. MaH, Eryrev. Plit-bunrh li , . tl.so a. a. lftJO r a. Br.ll.k 7:JS lia " .. li-levprt ":: " !2:S Went NrUD fc " 1::7 " 11 " itroad KopI Vsi " 16 " 1J 4 Connellaville :0 ' l:'Jl " 12:20 " Ol.ioPrle lo-IS " 2it " 12:." Confluence )::17 2:l!t . l ona. u. l"rina l':ll " 2::'4 " 1:22 I asM-lmn 11. -05 " 2 44 ' Roekwoud 11:15 " 2,ra - LoS ' ;i.tU ll-;ti " SOS " ... . SaUsburyJnDC 11.42 " 8:15 ' MeverMlale 11.4S " I W " 5:24 Keyatoue 11:.M H 8 M r. a. Sand Patch 11:55 " 8;J0 " . 2.37 " Sontharupton :l':2:l ' M Fairhope 12:J0 4.16 - Hrndioan 12:41 4:20 3:27 Cumberland 1.15 " 4:55 8:55 u Wahiiigton :i5 " S.35 " Baltimore (arrive) 1Q;45 " t.45 u WEST-BOUND TRAINS Trniw Leme Cumbertd Ac Mai. Ezpret. Baltimore a. . SflO A. M. r. K. Washington " S:55 .. 14 Cumberland S-00 " 1.25 r. n. t jOk.U. Hyndman S-35 w 1: 6 " Fairhope S-4S " 2:12 0 " bouthsmpton S-f6 M " - - Sand Patch 9-1S " 2:10 " .thl5 " KevMone -23 " 2:51 " 10:2 t " " Mfversdale -30 " aim " 10-JS halisbury June. -S8 " s " lfl:. " . 'iarrett -40 " 3:13 " lu.:is " ' Rorkwood s-55 ' 3:20 " 10.56 " (amelman 1IV05 xm - 1!5 - t"rina 10-tt " 8.55 ' llr26 " Coniiuence 10-S7 " 4m " 11:: Ohio l-yle 10-AS M 4:17 " 11:50 " ' (liuellSTllle ll-.i0 " 4:55 12S5 " Broad Ford 11-55 " 5-00 " 12:10 West Newton l45r. . &42 " 1:.0 - M'Keeiort 1-24 " .- 6:15 " 2:14 " Braddock 1-SS " - rx - i:26 At. PltUjurgh 2-UO M :S0 " Z50 The time given Is Eftrtern Standard Time. Mall Trains connect at Rockwood with trains to and from Somerset and Johnstown, at Hynd man w ith trains to and from Bedford, at (iarrett with trains to and from Berlin, at Salisbury Juuc tioa with trains to and from Salisbury. At Thmu SUpJor fntmgen vhert HmtU Given. W. M. CLEMENTS, Manager. CUAS. O. SCl'LL, Geu. Pasa. Ag t. Theolrtf-rt and best Institution for obtaining Putiicss Education. We have siiecessfiillT pre PHred thousands nf yonngtrien for the active du ties of li.'e. For Circulars H,ir..t P. DUFF A SONS. septll-2m. Ultthurgh, Pa, SIXTH STREH, PinS3URGH, PA. Is the crest college of Bnsinen Offices where all tiie branches of a complete bniie"s education are tsnehl by acinai buni.'wi Praence. The oniv member from Pennsylvania of the Inter-Sia.e Bu-iuess Practw AssVicis'tou of America.'' The student learns book-keeping slid bii-incss by en gaging in hnsinesK transactions- Practical of bat Work and Kmkirg are specialties. Individ ul instruprion from 8 a. a. to 4 r. and frn 7 to 10 r. M The rnt advantage in Bhonhand and Tyjwritlng Ibhe highest speed in the shortest time. Send tor Catalogue. JAMES CLARK WILLIAMS, A. M, Prcst ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Peter S. Rover, dee'd.. late of Stony creek Twt., Somerset Co., Pa Tetters uf Ailmtn'ittriition ui the atvive estate hlng been granted to the :ndi Mgoed by the profr aiiihorftr. notice is hereby given to ail prrw.ns indebted to -sud etaic to rnak-j immedi ate payment, and tbrs havine . laiins sgain"t the same will prwnt them duly auth. nt'ca'ed forscttlcmeiiton Saturday, the 2d dar n" Nov. ), at the late residence of the eceaved, in aid tow oUiip. JACOB I- SPEICHr V. SCP25. Admini,pa or.' His Hair Turned Cray. I h'l n exrverici!f in the jungles cf India vshifh turncil my hair gray sm! ruincl my nerves for life. I was cajitur int lijwni fir the American service ami bad nesrly fulfille'l tny contratt wlrm I heard of an onttua!Jy iarfrs man-raU r that bad preyed on the inhalithrta of several small villages' ia the heart of In dia for years. I determined to capture him. Well armed and with a few natives I started on the hunt. We found out the tiger, or r ither he found us, lie sprnnn into a small clear ing where wo were resting. For a mo ment only he stood gazing on ns. Hast ily carrying my gnn to my thoulder I took aim and fired. In my excitement I missed him. A moment more und Lis great body shot through the sir and dashed against me. How I did it I do not know, but I got my revolver in position snd pressing it cloe to the animal's belly I fired as fat as I could until I lost consciousness. When I came to I found mvself under the tiger on the ground. The natives were dragging him off me, but he was dead. I was so clawed and bruised that I had to be carried to the village, a mile away, and did not recover for three months. I have the tiger skin on ray parlor car pet now and never walk upon it withoi.t a feeling of delight. Short Work of a Troublesome Case. One day I was taken w ith Paralysis of the Bow els. The stomach and other organs lost all power of action. Although opposed to propriefary medicines, I tried Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, of Rondout, X. Y. To make a long story short, it saved my life. It is the best medicine in the world for dilficulties of the kidneys, liver and bowels. A.J. Gif ford, Lowell, Mass. The Lost Clue. "Could you tell me," he asked of the clerk at the laundry Bgency, and his voice quivered with expectancy, "it they have engaged an Englishman lately at the laundry?" "No. sir," replied the clerk, confidently, "they hire none but skilled American workmen. Why do you ask ?'' "Well," said the stranger, sadly, it is of no inijiortance now, but from the appear ance of the shirts and collars that I got back this week I didn't know but I had a clue to Jack, the Ripper." And he went out with a halo of disappointment hovering about him. Time. I Had Stone in the Bladder And mv kidnevs were affected. None of the means taken produced any benefit t ntil I began the use of Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, of Rondout, X. Y. The liftin ceased the .stone havicz been dis solved by the action of the medicine. I am readv in Dublic or in nrivate to testi fy that my recovery's due to Dr. Ken nedy s l'dvonte Remedv. L. D.'W. Par- sonp, Rochester. Death Plays Its Hand. Iswis, Pa., October 27. A dUlrcssinprr. ci.lent oorurrtd here this evi nirg al .5 o'clock in which three men were killed inMantly snd o:ie died an hour later froA' injuries re- reived. Thomas and James Thomson. Kobcrt Robinson, Hamuel Hemming ai.d IU i jamin Sluobs were sitting under a car playing cards when the shifter pushid a train of cars hack on Hie siding, moving the car they were under and instancy killing CJobinson, Hemming and Thomas Thomp son. James Thompson had his bark broken ard died while being removed to his home. Stubbs'eecaped with slight ii juries. A Family Gathering. Have you a father? Have you a moth er ? Have you a son ordatighu-r, sister or a brother who bas not yet taken, Kemp's. Balhani for the Throat and Lungs, tho guaranteed remedy for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup and all Throat and Lung troubles.? If to by? when a sample bottle is gladly giv en to you free by any druggist aud the large sizo costs only 5"c and $1.00. Learn to Forgive. Le; rn how to forgive. Do not carry an unforgiving spirit with you through all your life; it will hurt you mote than anything else. It will destroy the hap piness of many around you, yet its chief feeding ground will be found your own heart. You hate your neighbor. Yon der is bis dwelling, one hundred and fif ty yards away. You pass by a wood fire ; you pluck a half-consumed brand from it, flaming and gleaming, and thrusting it under your garment to hide it, you start for your neighbor's dwelling to burn it. Who gets the worst of it? You find your garments on fire, and your own fieah burned before you can harm your neighbor. So is hts who carries an un forgiving spirit in his bosom. It stings his own soul like an adder shut up there. I know of some who call themselves christians who are miserable because of their own revengefulness. Forgive your enemies and get down on your knees and pray for them, and salvation will come into your own soul like a flood. "Father, forgive them." Sweet prayer and blessed example ! Card Of Thanks. If the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam should publish a card of thanks, contain ing expressions of gratitude which come to him daily, from those who have beep cured of severe throat and lung troubles by the use of Kemps Balsam, it would fill a fair sized book. How much better to invite all to call on nny druggist and get a free sample bottle that you may test for yourself its power. Large bottle 50c and $1.00. The Chinese have a barbarous way of taking clams, which often grow to enor mous size in the Western Pacific Ocean, some weighing twenty pounds per clam, not including .the shell, which some times weighs over 20.) pounds. The Chi nese fishermen watch for these clams in clear, shallow water, as they paddle along shore in flat-bottomed boats, and w hen they see one ith its shell open they ram' asliorp pointed stake into the creature's body and lift it into the boat. What is cold in the head? Medical au thorities say it is due to uneven clothing of the body, rapid cooling when in a per spiration, etc. The important point is, that a cold in the bead is an inflamma tion of the lining membrane of the nose. which, when unchecked, is certain to produce a catarrhal condition for ca tarrh is essentially a "cold" which na ture is no longer able to " resolve or throw off. . Ely's Cream Balm bas prov ed its superiority, and sufferers should resort to it before the common ailment becomes seated, and ends in obstinate catarrh. ' The Experiment Station at the Uni versity of Illinois is investigating the dis ease of cattle known ss milk sickness. It is supposed to be caused by eating a plant of t.ir genua enpatoriura. Recent ly rabt!t Late been fed on it, and thne cf then- d:ed. RHEUMATISLW NEURALGIA These twin diseases cacse untold suffering. Doctors admit that tb-y are difficult to euro so do their patients. Patnc Ctk-ry Coopouud has per Cianectl7 cured the worst c:i3t-3 of rheumatism and ncurtilKiJ-so iy Onac who have used it. " Having been troubled wtt h rbeumar isrc at tie kiwe Slid foot lor tlvrt years, I was almost unubte toget around, and was very often c .Mined to my ts-d for weeks at a time, i used only one bot- ; .. . .t r.i,u.a i .low rvi... J FORSAiZI IMOUSETO I I owmcp . I P pound, and was perfectly cured. I can now Jump around, and feel as lively as a boy." i' ka Carom, Eureka, Nevada. tLOO. SlifortSOa DruRrlsts. UaznmoUi testlmoalnl paper free. , Wills, RjtniEDSONiCO..Props.. Burlington, hltunun nrrs Ct Jhtter md Brighter I n niccLMnunpon Lariated Food an Eeollhf, UlAMUHU UILS Co(or$thnV other itytt. BAOlti Happy, Hearty. It u Lnrmled ALL TIIE!V-:3 V Alien und American, white am! Mack, rich and poor, olnl and young, while differ ing in other respects, all agkek on one point, viz: That EinimS' GRUD DSFOT, 5th Ave. t& Smithjild St., Pittsburgh, U THE best PLACE IX the woi:li to buy Clothing, Clonks, Shoes, and Furnishing (7.o.Z,t. AXD WHY? Simply beenusu Kiiufmanns offei the best inducements in every par ticular. Gigantic Stocks, end less assortments, best qualities, lat- f. ,5r est styles and low est prices. magnets winch at- 4.r-e !-T-.t. i- n m. n lldl.b 'iuvua?ui 9 Ik from near and far to Mm :i I' - .11 KAUFMANNS, Ths Great Pittsburgh Clothiers. Si C: Hi Mi Ii Di T ;I3; U I L ;D! IiUS G :::i:zi The Largerst and Most Complete ::::z:::::z::z: Wine, Liquor, and Cigar House IN THE UNITED STATES- ESTABLISHED 1335. GK -W. S CHMIDT, DISTILLER AND J333ER OF FINE WHISK I ES.r::z: J.. IMPORTER OF WINES, LIQ0RS. AND CIGARS. NOS. 9.) ASD 97 FIFUl AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PEN-VA. - All Ortirn weired bg mail or olhmriie mi? mrtre pniwjJ xltuH'M. '49 Somerset Lumber Yard ELIAS CUNNINGHAM, M.XrFACTVKSS .ND DllUl Whololxb and Rztailxs of LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS. Hard and Soit Woods. OAK, POPLAR, HIDINGS, PICKETS. JlOrLPIXGa, ASH, WALSTT. FLOORING, SASH, STAiR RAILS, " CHERRY. YELLOW PINE, SHINGLES. DOORS BALCSTEM CHESTNUT. WHITE PINE LATH. KLIN DM, NEWEL POSTS. A General Line of all grades of Lnrolier aud huildin Maieria! ami Routing Rial kept in stuck Aim, can furnish anything In the line of our hns'ness to onlr 1th reasunabi promplaess, such as Bravketa, Odd-size work. etc. . ELIAS CUNNINGHAM T, Offlco and Yard Opposite S.&O.R. R. Station, Somerset, Pa CIS ITHRLD ElRSZD IT SSDTISTSiS PirTTriTTTir in :?s'-; .J s I U I. ii . Over ECO Coautiftil Designs. -V'.';-. : K t-vi-r " i'r, ' MONUMENTAL BRONZE CCV.PANY, BRiDGEPcjir. cor ;r. 7- c V b N. H. Downs' Vegetable Balsamic Elixir Is a positive euro for Coughs, Colli-, Croup, Whoopinc-CoujrU, Catarrh. Iloaiae ness, Influenza, Spitthif; CIoikI, IrontLitis, Aetlmi;, Lung I'ever, I'lenrisr, and all diseases of Uio TLroiit, Clicst aiil I.unfrs. As an Exjiectoraiit it lias no equal. Consumption lias Leen cured times without r.umler ly its timely u;-c. It heals tlie ulcerated suifaccs, and cures wlien all other remedies fail. Fifty-six years of constant use lias proven its virtues. Every family ihould keep it in the house. Sold every where. Henry, Johnson & Lord, Proprietors, Lurliugton, VL Dr. Henry Baxters Mandrake Bitters a sure cure for Custiveness Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Diseases of the Kidneys, Torpid Liver, Rheumatism, Dizziness, Siek Headache, Loss of Appetite, Jaundice, Apoplexy, Palpitations, Eruptions and Skin Diseases. Keep the Stom ach, Bowels, and. Digestive Organs in good working order, and perfect health will be tlie result. Ladies and others nubjeet t Sick Headache will find relief and permanent cure hy the use of these Bitters. Lcing tonic and mildly purgative they purify the blood.- Price 25 ets. per bottle. For sale by all dealers in mrdi cine. Henry, Johnson & Lord, Proprietors, Burlington, Vt. Henry, Johnson & Lord, Proprietors of Arnica and Oil Liniment Man and Beast no best external remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cramps, Sprains. . Mruises. Burns and Scalds, Sciatica, Backache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all otuvf Pains and Aches. It is a safe, sure, and effectual Remedy for Galls, Strains, .SeraU hrs, Sores, Ac., on Horses. One trial will provo its nierita. It effecU am iu mt caios instsntancous. Evory bottle warranted to givo satisfaction. Price 20 eta. and 50 ct. per bottle. Sold everywhere. DIES ECKER & SS'l'DSR, Agfa, crsct. Paiae'sCrlerv Cnmpouni has Iwa a Bwl- send to too. For the p.il I wo yenrs I nave ii fer"d an li nenr.ilj;lii 'if liio h :irL ibs'inr Hfter doctor f!IUi to cure tne. 1 have no taken ncarir four bonier 0' '.lit m ra free fmiu tin- --o.i.jii A. I ffl v-ry irniu-ful Ui you." tu.u. ii. Li. wis. (Antral ViJc.'.t. Paine's Celery Compound "I h:.ve heeii frfcatly aWk -led with acn rheuuiatlvn, and could find no relief until I used PiUne's tWery t ompmuid. After uinif sii bottles of lii ai. dlcliie I mo now cured -h rheumatic troiil'lew.'" SascKL liL rcH.-Kswx, So. Cornbh, N. B. Effects Lasting Cures. Paint's tWcry Compound has performed many other cun-s as marvelous as these. copies of letlers sent to any address. Pk'asant to take, does not distort, but akls digestion, and eauro ly vefreuble : s chlkl eaa Utk It. W hat's tho use of sufiertai tocjr;r with rheumatism or neuralgia? Vt OUR GREAT ANNUAL, Fall and Winter Sale Is now in progress, and our extraor dinary bargains are attracting thou sands of purchasers daily. From city, town and farm they come to take advan tage of our low prices, and return home rejoicing in tlie knowledge of having received better value for their money than ever be fore. To those who cannot come, and wish to order roods bv mail, we will send, ...1! ...linn A t H Yw,111 I UpOll UJIIIK UlK-lll, WUI I'V .au- J tiful C(J page Fashion Cata logue, free of cost. If you want a suit or overcoat, a cloak or wrap, a hat, a pair of shoes, c., low is mmi T9 BIT. KAUFMANNS Fifth lu. Smilhfield St. PITTSDUKGII, FA. Hat. IT WILL. PAY YOU Tn rT TOVS MKJIOItlAl. WORK CF Wm. F. SHAFFER. 80MEHSKT, lKrN-A.. Macuf?turer cf and Dealer in Carter R'ori FitntOAedon Sinrt yuliet,tmaU Odor -MJSLritiia La-?dj ,71 "bmi in tium ns Aim, Arient for Oe U IUTK BR0SZE! Persons In newj of MONVMENT WORK II fiu.l it to their iiiien-st lui ill at my shop, wbera a i.roptr showing will be given them. -.snri fnilum (jiuttmutrd iu trrry liw. nml fit ICES t x.a i . i ni iie scciaj aiienuoo u) uio Whit Bronze, Cr Pure Jino Monumnet Introdnrerl hy REV, W. A. RTV?. as a Peeldefl ImprovemeDt in the point of MATERIAL AND rONSTKrcnoN. anl whiib in destined to be the Popular Monument for onr Changuabl. Cli mate, ArGIVE ME A CAUL AVM.F. SHAFFER. !)4! ", p vhicf) io Ofj ESTY EI. d Genuinehasa Red H tin tag cn every plug. Old Honesty is acfe edged to be the pure?; and n)0st lasting "pier cf Standard Chewing Tcbac cnthemarKet.Tryinaiht" Ii. a better test than any &!k about it. Give it a fair trial Your dealer has it J30. FIHZER A BROS., LonlsrStl: t 1 i ?us:i i:$o 1. 1 at t 1 'aSASJ. KS to km. tvl : .. tnl (W trial la lurmkM.ll.: ' Wr-m v.a T. 4.1 AKA.tTLA.JlA V"i LK KS. I Sir.. rjilliti KiMOft, J3S X. Cit3t,S.r SEND YOUR ORDERS FC8 CANDEE RUBBERS TO H.CHILDS&CC Kuufactnrert and Wlioleuii ii E , Dealers la K j Dealers la BOOTS, SHOE: i l RUBBERS, M 511 WOOD STREE'fv PITTSBURGH. tV 4 f i CtKO. N.CHAMEKiAr . ausir-Vlyr Att. riwaaant, it,, jm voiu-ajjj . ? M i VV il' i l :ltmm a"t.. II-"". 4 - wni'i' "I I'- . . Jk. . n..;.. -. rtZy i .tr.-. f. s r'r .-4" It.. l-,.r t.,t It H.lt.l I.- , i"i . -Yi it'kmi -- ' rr An , rsr ., rtiAu Is.si, life. (I.,da..U t mr iN-fcrfW kt.. b- !' 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